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    On Carriers, depending on outdoor temp, seeing...

    On Carriers, depending on outdoor temp, seeing frost on the liquid line(where I think he saw it, is not actually the liquid line, but a laymen would think it is), is normal in heat mode.

    As to the...
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    https://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1241-Welc...

    https://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1241-Welcome-to-HVAC-Talk!-Please-read-these-rules
  3. Should be fine with an ECM blower.

    Should be fine with an ECM blower.
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    Sorry, we don't talk prices here. Nor aid in DIY....

    Sorry, we don't talk prices here. Nor aid in DIY.

    Thread closed.
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    The indoor fan stays running. The outdoor fan...

    The indoor fan stays running.

    The outdoor fan stops running during defrost.

    Defrost time varies with how much frost is on the coil, and how warm or cold it is outside.

    The homes thermostat...
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    Turn thermostat down 6 degrees below room temp....

    Turn thermostat down 6 degrees below room temp. Wait 2 minutes. See if the furnace stops running. If not, something is wrong.
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    Welcome aboard.

    Welcome aboard.
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    Moved to AOP.

    Moved to AOP.
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    The lines can be extended. If I was selling...

    The lines can be extended.

    If I was selling the house. I wouldn't credit any money for its relocation. As there is nothing wrong with the way its installed.
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    Moved to AOP.

    Moved to AOP.
  11. Merged threads. You may need a commercial...

    Merged threads.

    You may need a commercial company to look at your system.
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    Moved to AOP.

    Moved to AOP.
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    Sorry, we're not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, we're not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
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    I take care of several pool units at various...

    I take care of several pool units at various hotels.

    They're all set up to maintain the air temp 2F above water temp. And have been open for many years.
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    Apparently, only Fujitsu can tell the manufacture...

    Apparently, only Fujitsu can tell the manufacture date from their serial number.
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    Then every time when you get home from work and...

    Then every time when you get home from work and turn the thermostat back up. Your bring on the electric resistance heat to recover. And increasing your heating bill.
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    Maybe the gas line is too small.

    Maybe the gas line is too small.
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    But since the rats were in California, they got...

    But since the rats were in California, they got cancer from it. :grin2:
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    Doubtful it was the gas valve in the first place.

    Doubtful it was the gas valve in the first place.
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    Stop setting the temp up and down. That raises...

    Stop setting the temp up and down. That raises your heating bill.

    When you feel that real warm/hot air coming out. Its using the electric resistance heat, and that is the expensive heat.
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    He sold you a new furnace, not a new A/C...

    He sold you a new furnace, not a new A/C condenser.
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    Sorry, we're not a DIY site. So I can't tell you...

    Sorry, we're not a DIY site. So I can't tell you any more than I have.
  23. https://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1241-Welc...

    https://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1241-Welcome-to-HVAC-Talk!-Please-read-these-rules

    2. Do-It-Yourself (DIY) - not here.

    This site is for industry professionals and folks seeking HVAC/R...
  24. The correct way is to set it to the pressure the...

    The correct way is to set it to the pressure the manufacturer of the boiler says it should be.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
  25. Air infiltration.

    Air infiltration.
  26. The 30,000 BTU vent less is over sized, and now...

    The 30,000 BTU vent less is over sized, and now you want to put in a 60,000 BTU 90% furnace. And hear all the complaints about the noise of it short cycling. And not feeling as warm as it did with...
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    Doesn't look like the metal duct was sealed to...

    Doesn't look like the metal duct was sealed to the duct board. Guessing that is your return duct system.
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    Termination temp is on the defrost board.

    Termination temp is on the defrost board.
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    Electric water heater doesn't have as much...

    Electric water heater doesn't have as much standby loss as an oil boiler.

    As a cold start boiler, it won't be short cycling, as it will be heating up a fairly large amount of water.
  30. Okay, so you also have the cooling CFM set to...

    Okay, so you also have the cooling CFM set to 1400 CFM? Usually, heat speed/CFM, is for the aux/emergency heat. Not heat pump speed.
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    Why don't you want to over size the furnace.

    Why don't you want to over size the furnace.
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    Since the refrigerant pipes and hot water pipes...

    Since the refrigerant pipes and hot water pipes aren't connected to each other in any way. The evap coil having a leak,if it actually does, isn't causing your no heat problem.
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    When its a heat pump. Put the nitrogen in through...

    When its a heat pump. Put the nitrogen in through the vapor side. The TXV is only hard shut off in cooling mode. It will still let nitrogen flow from the vapor side to the liquid line.
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    How many people in the home? You can probably...

    How many people in the home? You can probably save a good bit of oil by switching to an 80 gallon electric water heater. And converting the boiler over to a cold start boiler. Along with having an...
  35. The OP is not a Pro member. So no use it being...

    The OP is not a Pro member. So no use it being moved there.
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    And a few companies in the OP's area, "might"...

    And a few companies in the OP's area, "might" install what that report list as being needed. With a waiver of course, releasing them from any responsibility for any failings of the system. Some won't...
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    Won't force any of them to do them. When a market...

    Won't force any of them to do them. When a market is full of companies that don't do them. They can't be forced. As people will be forced to use them, no matter what.

    Telling people to reject...
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    Do a search for Veto. Then look through the...

    Do a search for Veto. Then look through the couple thousand post for pics.
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    Not aware of any Goodman heat pump that suggest...

    Not aware of any Goodman heat pump that suggest locking it out at that warm of a temp. Who, told you that.

    The ice band could be from a low refrigerant charge, meaning your system is leaking...
  40. So the strip heat/aux heat was on when you did...

    So the strip heat/aux heat was on when you did this test?
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    Meaning they have no choice but to use...

    Meaning they have no choice but to use contractors that don't do load calls. Or, due with no heat or cooling in their home. Which is impracticable.
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    Post the mod and serial numbers, one of us may be...

    Post the mod and serial numbers, one of us may be able to tell you the age.
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    The filter PD is subtracted from the furnaces...

    The filter PD is subtracted from the furnaces rated TESP. Then all the other devices that cause a PD are also subtracted. Then amount left, is the available static pressure to move air.

    Few...
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    In the case of the communicating Honeywell...

    In the case of the communicating Honeywell thermostat. It just means it sends the on off commands between the stat and EIM as data commands. Meaning you only need 2 wires between the EIM and stat....
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    In some areas, that will eliminate 100% of the...

    In some areas, that will eliminate 100% of the contractors.
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    If you have central A/C, and it moves more air in...

    If you have central A/C, and it moves more air in cooling then heating, you would use that air flow.

    If not, then the highest air flow that it uses in heat mode.
  47. Can't stop posting prices. Thread closed.

    Can't stop posting prices.

    Thread closed.
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    Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
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    Its technically a wireless thermostat. Its a good...

    Its technically a wireless thermostat. Its a good stat for when you don't have enough wires in the wall for a regular thermostat.
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    The zone panel should be controlling the...

    The zone panel should be controlling the circulator.

    An on site tech should be easily able to determine the problem.
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